The City of North Las Vegas unveiled a new memorial bench on Tuesday morning for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.
A new garden near the Oct. 1 Healing Garden conceived as a place to share stories.
Design for a 60-foot-tall steel tree incorporates weeping willow-like branches that stretch out in a 30-foot-wide canopy of fiber optic lights.
Joe Robbins stood at the microphone, the sun rising behind him on the second anniversary of the Las Vegas massacre.
Greg Zanis placed 58 crosses near the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign Monday night, an unexpected move after Clark County requested a change of venue.
Nearly two years after being shot at the Route 91 Harvest festival, Luca Iclodean set out to face his fear of working another major music festival.
When two Las Vegas police officers met Jovanna Calzadillas on Oct. 1, 2017, she was a lifeless body in the arms of her husband. The rush to save her was on.
“It’s impossible to know how you’ll react when faced with your own mortality,” says Shannon Zeeman, a survivor of the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting.
It started with a few words with Nancy Pelosi. It will end with Healing Gardens in cities across the nation. That’s Jay Pleggenkuhle’s plan, at least.
“Healing Las Vegas” is a moving, uplifting read that features the thoughts and recollections of numerous survivors, first responders, family members and more.